Many glossaries of literary terms do not distinguish between tone and mood, attributing to them the same definition. The feeling that the story induces in the reader. Some glossaries how do have separate connotations for the two terms. Tone: the attitude portrayed by the narrator of the story. As in 'tone of voice'. Mood: the feeling, tension or emotions conveyed by the characters in the story.
Which of these terms is defined as the feeling the reader gets from a literary work A narrative viewpoint B metaphor C tone D mood?
atmosphere :) atmosphere is a result of setting description. tone is a result of the attitude and word choses of the narrator. mood is a result of the words and actions and attitudes of the characters in the story. note: despite being around for millennia literary terms have not yet been standardized and what one writer may consider a definition of mood may not be what another one does. So take the above 'with a…
Maybe if you knew the definition of meiosis you would know how to use it in a sentence. It depends what type of meiosis you are talking about...the science term or the literary term. The literary term means underestimating which is the opposite of hyperbole. And speaking of literary terms...I need to get my literature homework done. XO